LG unveils Smart Lamp that can be controlled by Android and iOS devices
LG has entered the lighting space after unveiling a new smart bulb that can indicate when you’re getting a call and be controlled with your smartphone.
It is an LED lamp which will give Android and iPhone users complete control over their lighting which includes a light-based alarm clock mode to set reminders.
There is also a security mode that can be set and controlled from a smartphone to give people the impression that you’re home.
Users can connect to the bulbs using both wi-fi and Bluetooth so it can not only be controlled across a network but also offer notification flashes when you receive a call or text message.
The LG Smart Lamp also has a Play Mode which means it can also be synced to a TV or audio system to blink in time with music at a party.
And being an LED lamp is 80 per cent more efficient than regular long-life bulbs and will offer a saving on electricity bills.
Each LG LED Smart Lamp, if used for five hours a day, will last for up to 10 years before they need to be replaced.
The LG Smart Map will be priced at 35,000 won which is about $US35.
It is now known if the LG Smart Lamp will be released in Australia.